The Process Improvement Project Manager (PIPM) is responsible for leading the planning and implementation of hospital-based improvement projects by applying his/her professional skills in defining the project scope, building project plans, leading project team goals and ensuring task completion and issue resolution. Working with hospital executives, leadership, and staff at all levels of the organization; the incumbent meets the project’s strategic, operational, and financial goals while promoting a cooperative environment of open communication and mutual respect among all team members. The PIPM must have a working knowledge of Performance Improvement methodologies, effective interpersonal skills, be able to establish good working relationships, collaborate with networks of employees at all levels in the organization, be able to foster cooperation in others, and be a creative problem-solver. In addition, the PIPM must be able to deliver executive level presentations, effectively delegate work, hold others accountable for deliverables, and effectively communicate with key project stakeholders of project status and issues.
-Leadership re the project planning and discovery, including scoping and the development of the strategic, operational, and financial goals.
-Implementation/execution of hospital-based projects.
-Enabling a cooperative environment of open communication and mutual respect among all team members.
Delivery of executive level presentations
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare, Finance, Business Administration or Management Field is required.
At least 2 years of Project Management experience is required: To include, planning, leading teams, presentation to senior management, and working with cross-functional teams across multiple departments.
A preference for knowledge of medical terminology or working knowledge of medical terminology.
PMP and Lean Six Sigma Certifications both preferred but not required.
We are an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. Candidates are considered for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, marital status, familial status, genetic information, domestic or sexual violence victim status, citizenship status, military status, status as a protected veteran or any other status protected by applicable law.